Social media has the power to crown or pull down people in seconds. After the mysterious demise of Sonchiriya actor Sushant Singh Rajput, social media platforms got flooded with debates on nepotism, favouritism and the sad realities of Bollywood.
While a lot of star kids were attacked and film makers like Karan Johar, Aditya Chopra and even Mahesh Bhatt were pulled into the debate, actors, who sadly became the receivers of the wrath included Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. Undoubtedly, Alia Bhatt is a pool of talent, despite the fact that she got an easy entry through Karan Johar’s Student of the Year. But, when the debates are ripe about how easy and comfortable it has always been for the star kids and how ruthless the industry is towards the outsiders, a lot of people showed hate towards all including Alia.
Alia has been keeping a mum on the issue, but her recent story seems to be talking loudly to all the noise that’s happening.
Here’s what her story reads:
What does the Udta Punjab actress mean to say here? Well, we feel bad for her as she truly is a good actress, but not the only one. Perhaps it’s time for Bollywood to finally take it easy and do the right thing on the right way. Several good actors like Manoj Bajpai, Richa Chaddha, Kangana Ranaut have spoken about their struggle and have time and again thrown light on how difficult things can be. May be things would finally be straightened up after social media takes the charge of putting people in their rightful places, or will it?